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post #16 of 18
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Originally Posted by AZCouture View Post

And may I highly suggest getting some refill blades for a box cutter, for cutting out straight lines like these? I'm really obsessive about getting perfect cuts, without dragging or warping, and using these in more of a chopping motion, rather than pulling an Exacto knife thru the gunpaste, gives really precise and clean cuts. It's a longer blade, and easier to hold.400
Brilliant! Why have I never thought of this?! I HATE the distortion of dragging a blade along a line. Makes me crazy!
post #17 of 18
Rotary quilting cutters also work well since there's no drag involved at all. But you have to cut past the tips of points, so you lose some material and would have to re-roll it out for the next piece. But they're sharp as anything and will cut you up, so they do a good job on fondant.
post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by costumeczar View Post

Rotary quilting cutters also work well since there's no drag involved at all. But you have to cut past the tips of points, so you lose some material and would have to re-roll it out for the next piece. But they're sharp as anything and will cut you up, so they do a good job on fondant.
It's already been established that my idea is best.
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